Afnan Dehn Al Oudh Abiyad CPO

Afnan Dehn Al Oudh Abiyad CPO Concentrated Perfume Oil 20 ml

Afnan Dehn Al Oudh Abiyad CPO

Concentrated Perfume Oil 20 ml
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$25.50

Concentrated Perfume Oil Sample 0.5 ml
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$1.90
Description

The fresh citrus, connected with the smell of cedar wood and a hint of the smell of the sea, will show its light spelliness.

In concentrated perfume in the form of oil is added vanilla and more musk. The aroma is not so fresh citrus, but is slightly polished.

As it unfolds, the delicate sweetness of vanilla diverts the fragrance away from the sparkling cold tinge of lime, into a soft fragrance, whose excess sweetness is restrained by mint and a spicy ginger tone. An earthy breath of vetiver's fragrance leads to a pleasant end with a little caraway.

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Customer Reviews (1)
Afnan Dehn Al Oudh Abiyad: When a warm blanket is needed. Last May days I missed Arabs. A ragged northerner and sore throat required warmth, a lot of warmth. The warmth it emanates from Arabian fragrances, one that can be bundled up and warmed up like a mountain sun. So I reached into the sample box again and this time I pulled out exactly what I needed on my first try. Shaggy warm blanket. And what a blanket! Dehn Al Oudh Abiyad is an Arabic perfume, more precisely perfume oil, surprisingly restrained in a number of noticeable ingredients and a remarkable effect it creates. Above all it is elegant and calm due to its limited color scheme. Confidently, not unkindly calm, he will not deny Arab origin. The moderation then makes the main contrast sound: the ingredients are dry and warm and the ice cold on the other side. A photo I had long ago saved when it came in handy captured the feeling exactly. Like wrapping yourself in a warm blanket in the sun, you have goose bumps with cold water droplets. The heat comes from the wood that has dried up until it turns into a sweet aroma of tanned leather with a touch of vanilla, and later chocolate dark leather, which is called Russian in perfumes. I write aroma, not odor, because oud is used here very subtly, in addition with neutral woody tones. By the proximity to the skin, the warmth trapped in the wood reaches the body. There, with musk and a bit of acridness, it gives the impression of a woolen blanket. Part of that pungency permeates through the blanket soaked in the heat of the Arab market, like ice needles and this collision of contrasts, that is bliss itself when hairs rise from it. If it weren't for the Arabian fragrance, I'd say it's a feeling of holding mojito with crushed ice and fresh mint while you're wrapped in a warm blanket. Oil intensity is moderate, so it is wearable to the office and remains a private bonus. Stamina lengthens. (3.6.2015 - Dzona Breakfast in Perfumery)
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